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Developing TV Apps with React-TV

TVs usually have limited graphics acceleration, single core CPUs and high memory usage for a common TV App. These restrictions make super responsive 60fps experiences especially tricky. React-TV is an ecosystem for React Applications on TVs. Includes a Renderer and … Continue reading

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Do we need a new heading element? We don’t know.

Great insightful post by Jake Archibald on the generic <h> element, which could act as a replacement for the current set of <h1>, <h2>, <h3>, … I always thought this to be a good case, as it’d would allow you … Continue reading

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PanelKit 2.0

Version 2.0 of the aforementioned PanelKit. PanelKit is a UI framework that enables panels on iOS. A panel can be presented in the following ways: Modally As a popover Floating (drag the panel around) Pinned (either left or right) This … Continue reading

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Design Systems and CSS Grid

Stuart Robson uses CSS Grid for what it’s meant to be used for: creating a grid. He evens creates a faux subgrid by leveraging calc() to define the two margin-columns. .container { grid-template-columns: [full-start] minmax(calc(calc(100% – 1008px) / 2), 1fr) … Continue reading

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Parcel: A blazing fast, zero configuration web application bundler

Earlier this week Parcel got dropped and it received quite some attention, because it tackles two important things when compared to other bundlers such as Webpack: The first reason I was motivated to build a new bundler was performance. I’ve … Continue reading

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Customizing Pull-to-Refresh and Overflow Effects with CSS’ overscroll-behavior

Next to dynamic imports, another feature that landed in Chrome 63 is CSS overscroll-behavior: Scrolling is one of the most fundamental ways to interact with a page, but certain patterns can be tricky to deal with. For example, the browsers … Continue reading

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Implement FLIP transitions easily with flipping

Back in 2015 Paul Lewis published a brilliant article named FLIP your animations, a technique to getting smooth animations on the web. FLIP stands for First, Last, Invert, Play First: before anything happens, record the current (i.e., first) position and … Continue reading

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NYSKeyboardHelper – A helper for all your iOS keyboard needs

Matthias Nys, a former student of mine, has released his first pod NYSKeyboardHelper, a helper which resizes a scrollview so that it doesn’t go under the keyboard. Add a constraint to your project’s Storyboard and set NYSKeyboardHelper as the custom … Continue reading

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Learn React Fundamentals and Advanced Patterns

Kent C. Dodds – whom you should follow on Twitter – has released two massive video courses on Egghead. Course one touches React Fundamentals: This course is for React newbies and those looking to get a better understanding of React … Continue reading

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How Discord Resizes 150 Million Images Every Day with Go and C++

Great in-depth writeup on how Discord struggled to resizing lots of images via their Image Proxy Service: As Discord grew, the Image Proxy started to show signs of strain. The biggest problem was the Image Proxy did not have an … Continue reading

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